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Finding a Preceptor (Pearland, TX)

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Hello all, I am planning on applying to The Association of Texas Midwives, Midwifery Training Program and it requires finding your own preceptor. The list they have of approved preceptors does not have any in my area (Pearland/Brazoria county), so my question is, how do you go about finding a preceptor on your own? I've emailed a few birth centers around here but none have responded. Do I go in person and ask to speak to a LM/CPM? How did you do it? I'm ready to apply to the program but I need a preceptor before I can, any help is greatly appreciated!

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Welcome to Mothering! It looks like your post might have been missed, so I'm bumping it up for attention. :bump: Anyone have a recommendation to share?

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Did you ever find anyone?  Did you apply?  I plan on applying soon but would love to talk to someone about the program. 

 

Jennifer

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@jsnv yes, I applied to the program at the beginning of January. I haven't found a preceptor yet, but they recommend you wait until after the second module to start an apprenticeship anyway. There are a few midwives around here but last time I contacted them, they already had students. Let me know what questions you have about the program, I'd be happy to answer them smile.gif
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